You might be given a neighbor cue card in part two of your IELTS Speaking test. The cue card could ask you to describe your neighbor or describe one of your neighbors. Let’s think about how to answer this question well for a band-seven score. Below, you can also read three good example answers (go […]
In part two of the IELTS Speaking test, you might get a neighborhood cue card. The cue card could simply ask you to describe your neighborhood and give you a few ideas on what to say. Let’s look at how to talk about your neighborhood using lots of interesting vocabulary for a good band-seven score.
In part one of your IELTS Speaking test, you’ll sometimes be asked, “Where are you from?” Let’s look at how to answer this question really well, with 20 example answers (go straight to the answers here). Hometown vs Where You Live Now Watch out for this common mistake when answering this question. If someone asks
At the beginning of part one of your IELTS Speaking test, you’ll often be asked two or three questions about your hometown. One of those questions might be, “Do you like your hometown?” In this post, you’ll learn how to give a great answer to this question. And you can also read 20 different example
Part one of the IELTS Speaking test often begins by talking about your hometown. And you’ll sometimes be asked, “What do you like about your hometown?” Let’s look at the best way to answer this question, with 10 good model answers (go straight to the answers here). Hometown vs City Where You Currently Live First,